A new poll has suggested that public dissatisfaction over the current political situation in the Czech Republic has continued to grow since February. According to the poll, conducted by the CVVM agency, some 62 percent of Czechs are not happy with developments, with only 31 percent supporting the government in February. The government fell apart over unexplained financing of the prime minister's flat, as well as business dealings by the prime minister's wife. Members of the three coalition parties are continuing to negotiate on a new pro-European cabinet that would serve out the final 14 months of its term.
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